Optimism and Expectations for 2020
2019 was a great year overall. Between its ups and downs I can name the Historic unemployment rate of 3.5 percent (is the lowest it has been since May 1969—over 50 years ago), The trade war with China and President's Impeachment.
Just considering the low unemployment rate and the strength of the economy I can justify my positive outlook for 2020. Consumers are spending more, creating a robust economic condition and that's the perfect timeframe for banks and others financial companies to offer easy access to capital, that will generate a "loop" prosperous ambient for new and existing companies in 2020.
However, latter in the year, we will have the presidential election and this outcome is a concern for executives on their annual plannings.